MMRG cancels its popular Woods, Water and Wildlife Fest due to COVID concerns

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Getting a chance to test your skill on a crosscut saw is always a poplar event at MMRG's WWW festival. (Rochester Voice file photo)

MILTON MILLS - Moose Mountain Regional Greenways recently announced its most popular summer event, the Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival normally held at Branch Hill Farm in August, has been canceled due to concerns over COVID-19.

In addition to being MMRG's biggest annual outreach, the WWW Festival is also a major fund-raiser, with proceeds supporting MMRG's land conservation and outreach missions.

The event normally offers animal shows from Squam Lake Science Center, a corn maze, fishing, hayrides, log cutting demonstrations, goats and sheep to feed and pet along with live entertainment and an assortment of food options and other vendors.

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